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CENTRAL POINT AMERICAN
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C E N T R A L PO INT, IIRM JON,
M u s in g s ^£7
tìy an Innocent Bystander
T H U R SD A Y , JU L Y 20, |t>;JT
L For Careful Drive
F or several years we have
quite a lot o f kickitiK about
of the features o f the New Deal. Bui
one thing we must admit we enjoy
the c o m fo rt
o f the forest
built under the direction o f the F or
est Service by the brush
marines, i SOUTH KBN OREGON STATE NOK-
" I will drive carefully at all times the pledge only with the understand-
oth erwis e known as the 3-C’s or the ' MAL SCHOOL. Ashland, July 2 3 -
keeping hands on wheel,
on ing that they will accep as pledge
I Scholarships to the Southern
Civilian Conservation Corps.
outlines, their clear-cut duty to con
gon State Normal school
serve life and prevent sufferin g and
respect and obey the safety rule s.-'
These camps make trips to the
injury with every means
granted to three form er students—
Striving to stem the flux o f traf- power, the safety leaders aver.
hills safer and much more pleasant.
Laurence J. Kaiser of Applegate, \ flc disaster scourgin g Oregon, thus
For on e thing, one has pure water
Three out o f five fatal vehicular
Dorothy .Marshall o f Bend and R ob ! will every motorist in the state be
always at hand; real, practical camp
accidents are caused by some negli
ert H Napier o f Klamath Falls, and ¡giv en an opportunity to alile
hlm- gence o f the man behind the wheel,
stoves; clean, well-made tables anil
six new students— William B. West- j self wih Oregon's crusade
against the motor association points out. To
to cap all, the individual camps are
j fall o f Ashland.
Helen E. Frey of death.
far en ough apart so one is not an
motorists desiring to lend their sup
| Eagle Point, Jessie Grubb of Cottage
The motorist's “ W hite Cross Safe port in the battle against this need
noyed by the neighbors' commentsl.
I Grove. Evelyn Johnson
o f Colton, t y Pledge" bearing the signature of
That on e thin g alone is worth a lot [
less toll, the pledge will be
Klchman o f 'Butte
811,1 j the car's operator, is contained on a ¡ able throughout the state at offic es
to a person who en joys camping bin 1
reída L. > o u n g o f Gold Hill.
, small red, white a nd blue sticker to j o f the m otor clu b Here It can he o b
likes to do so with his own party
ese app cants had the highest be attached in the lower right-han.1 ¡ tained at the offic e o f this newspa-
and not crow ded by Tom, Dick and
scholastic average among the candl- corner o f he windshield. It will slg-
dates for the awards and were in all j nlfy the drlv er-g sincere
The support o f every ow ner regis
other respects considered worthy of to drjve ga(e]y
The oth er evening we drove up to
tering his car with the Secretary of
the scholarships, which
under th e ,
The pledge Is sponsored by
the State will be requested. Through the
forest camp and spent
the night. The next day we went o n l tui,ion an<1 fee 8chedule 8<loP,ed b>'| Orpgon State
M otor association and cooperation
o f James
to Crater Lake. That is a wonderful ,he 8tat® boar<1 o i b 'g b e r education oth er 8afe ty leaders as a part o f the president o f the Oregon A u om ob lle
drive in the early morning
,or 1 9 3 ; ' f 8’ W,II_ be valued
at ap- traffic saftey program o f education. Dealers, purchasers of new or used
o f the
engineering and enforcement.
cars will he given a chance to take
And as for the lake, we gave up try
Motorists will be asked
to sign the pledge o f safe driving.
ing to describe the glory
Alternates who will be eligible for
body o f water, long ago.
the awards in case the original r e
man expressions and thoughts
cipients are unable to use them in
far too limited for that.
clude form er students— Grace Clif
ford o f Central Point, Lucille Lam
But in spite o f our usual feeling
bert of Ashland. Eileen Peil of Glen
o f sympathy for the writer o f old
dale, and new students— Myron
who said: “ W hen
Charles Emil Lange, manager :if
Medford girls' softball team de
VIeck o f Glide, Etna Blanche Davis
works o f Thy hands. . . what is man. j
Southern Oregon Motors,
re feated Central Point female
o f Sams Valley,
that Thou are mindful o f him ,” we |
ported resting c o m fortab ly in C o m - ! gation Tuesday at the Medford high
Powers, Margaret Glines of Prospect
always e n joy the sight of that gorge-1
inunity hospital today follow in g an l school field.
Irene Nye o f Prospect and Florence
ou s gem o f the Cascades And this
In holding the l>ad until the beginning
Stewart o f Willaniina.
time we had the pleasure of talking
which he received a com p ou n d frac- o f the 5th inning were trampled by
with the Chief Naturalist at th" I
ture o f the right leg. The attending \ the Medforites In the last three Inn-
Park who gave us much
to add to
physician stated that it was a severe ings.
our small store o f k nowledge
break, both bones being shattered I Those playing for Central
cerning the lake. Hope
No other Injuries had been discov-1 were: Dorothea Hedgpeth, catcher;
make t o o much o f a pest o f oursel
ered, the physician said.
| Esther Lathrop,
This week the W. E. Alexander
ves with our eagerness for in form a
the in ju ry
late Faber, first base;
& Implement Company is installing
Tuesday afternoon when an a u to m o grave, second base; Dorothy Powell,
a new six-can su bm ergin g type Me
bile he was helping load in a boxcar third base: Jerry W eld man,
Do you know, we som etim es pity C orm ick-D eerin g milk cooler at the on the Southern Pacific loadng plat sh o r t; Libby Ham ilton,
left sh ort;
LeonaAl F r eem a t^ d a lr y
o f Central
those poor Park Rangers,
right field ;
form just south o f Main street, slip- Janice Nealon,
Just thlfik how m a n jV t .o l questions j Point. Mr. Freeman h.u> just recent p. d o f f rhe autom atic
loader « n d ! Murphy, center field ; Geneva
ly built a new modern milk house,
they have to answer daily
But we .
crushed his leg.
lard, left field and sub— Vera Ayers,
are told the most asinine is when making his dairy one o f the most
Lange was rushed to Com munity right short,
some tourist hails the ranger with: modern In the vallty.
hospital Immediately follow in g
Lineup for the Medford girls w.is
Visitors are very welcom e to call
“ Say! Is there any other wav out of
physician , 0 . Handy, P. Curry, E. Brockway, M.
at the Freeman dairy to see this new |
this place than the one we cam e In
said today that he would be confin - Sherwood. D. Gill, J. Sakralda,
type M cCormick-D eering milk c ooler
o n ? " As if that ranger had clairvoy
ed in the hospital for at least throe Smedley, K. Tison, E. Knips, and C.
ant powers and could tell
by t ! i ’
Mr. Lange is a son o f Mrs. Marie D ’Albini.
This type M cC ormick-Deering milk i
questioner's looks how and where lie
Lange o f this city and we express'
cooler that Mr. Freeman is installing
had entered the park!
regrets at thsi accident.
is also being used by the dairy de
say they get that one at least once
partment o f Orpgon State College in
a day du ring the season, too.
L ange Is R ep orted
R esting Easily
C. P. G irls Lose
S oftb a ll G am e
L eon ard F reem an
Installs M ilk C ooler
The Passing O f T h e
O ld D a n ce H all
1 . 0 . 0 . F. and Rebekahs
NUM BER II
In last w eek's Issue o f this pa
per a story was printed c on cern
ing a strange snake and bird in
cident. Now it appears that tb
whole thing was wrong
In the first place, the bird
quesion belonged to Mrs.
Lanipman and not
Davis. (S om ebody 's foot
when th-’ y told the story to our
In the second* place, the
snake was found in the " c a g e "
and not the “ cake".
(Blam e the
linotype machine, or the operator
thereof, for this one. Also the al
leged proofreadin g.)
When » editor saw that story
after the paper was 8 all in the
malls he look at
it wit h
"b o rr o w ,"
would h“ar from
proneners to error ha:* been prov-
en long ago so at 1 wp can do is
to apologise to bo h ladies and
tope not to have such slips again
The ladies o f the Civic Club were
somewhat disappointed at the small
attendance at the
served by them at the local grange
hall Tuesday evening.
and other attractions caused
to stay away who usually patronize
such affairs. How ever, after all ex
penses were paid a balance of about
$25.00 was raised.
The Civic club has an obligation
o f about $50.00 to meet by August
1st and hoped to raise this amount
from the dinner. In order to aid as
much as possible to their funds the
(adit'll plan a rooked food and cold
drink sale to be held at the Library
Saturday, July 31.
All lailies o f the com m unity
urged to bring cook ed foodstu ffs to
this sale and also to com e prepared
to buy for
R em em ber
the date, Saturday. July 31 at the
The Civic Club
thank all who helped out with their
chicken dinner in any way. It is ell
appreciated very much. Owing to the
warm weather and various other at
tractions not as many as
were out. After all expenses are paid
Mrs. John Clark entertained -the
the ladies will clear on ly about $25. Friday Club at her home las|.
Owing to this fact and that the Club day. Prizes aw arded du ring the a f
must have money to finish paying ternoon went to M th . James Camp
for the cost o f the repairs on the new bell, Mrs. Roberta Gregory and Mrs.
library the Ladies will bold a c o o k Lester Hlglnlaitham.
ed food sale at the Library
Oliver Obenchain, leister liiginhoth-
Everyon e interested are requested am, James Campbell, Otto Rohnert,
to help In this project. Bring in any Joe Cox, Roberta Gregory. Refresh
kind o f cooked food and also help to ments of ice cream, cake and punch
dispose o f the supply.
Ladies T hank A ll
W h o H elped D inner
Mrs. C lark H ostess
T o F rid ay C lub
U rges L a bor T o
Oust R ack eteers
Don Smith and
visited Harold Doureahuk
math Falls Sunday.
NEW Y O R K .— " S t r ik e s "
title of a now folder which has ju s'
b v ' Maurise
Franks, National Business Agent of
the Balway Yardmasters of
I KNOW that we must trust and
America, one of the most respected hope and neither
o f the Railroad Brotherhood*.
nor doubt the good In one another.
Referring to the material in th' — Dickens
folder In his colu m n, Boake Carter,
noted columnist and radio c o m m e n
tator asserted that the fold er c o n main street the oth er day as to who
tains "such plain horses sense
for had the most artistic beard
many a union m a n " that he was p ro SI?
ceedin g to reproduce the article.
Guy Tex not daring to cross the
" T h e biggest and lies! strike that
the workers o f
could street to the City hall
‘ puli' at this ti m e ," Carter quoted group of women had taken posses
the arlcle, " w o u ld be to strike at the sion of that corner while waiting for
labor ‘ racketeers' who arp
pulling the stage.
strikes so pr omis cuously , and
Everyon e interested in the Central
out on such a strike
Point Library help out by donating
'racketeers' are eliminated from the
ranks o f labor. Then everyone would something for the cooked food sale
¡t o be held at the new library Satur-
respect labor as a w hole."
' day and then carryin g som e o f those
I good lo okin g
So w h at?—
Joint installation of the Odd Fel
All o' which takes us back to our
lows and Rebeka Lodges was
boyh ood and proves mankind hasn't
changed a lot In the last half cen
Walkin g along main street noticed Monday evening. The installing team
tury or so. As an employe o f the
ihe old Watt building
being being from Ashland.
The officers installed were Noble
Columbia Rolling Chair C'o. the w ri-,
torn down. Know n to
H umphrey; Vice
ter served as a uniformed guide a i Miss Maxine M. Clem ons daughter used to trip the light
Grand, Bert Hedgpeth; Secretary, J.
the W orld s Fair in Chicago
way ¡ o f Mrs L. M Clemons o f Medford W alk er's Hall
our ! and form erly o f this city and Alvin
What pleasant nv mories it brought E.
; H. Peterson, also o f Medford, w er"
troubles with crazy questions
back as my thought went back to th '1 Musty. The Rebeka officers install
ed were Noble Grand. Clara Vincent
F or example the time
elderly ! united in marriage Saturday morn- many evenings spent there
Vice Grand, Mrs. I). F. A m ic k ; Sec
lady poked ns in the ribs with hpr|in g in Grants Pass
retary. Minnie Buckles;
Rev. H P Sconce read the ring
said: “ Say,
True there were a few who came
can vou tell me am I on THIS side j cerem ony at 10 o 'c lo c k in the First who "s h o u ld na’ c a m e " ,
Members were present from Ash
o f that b u il d in g ? " W e gravely
r e - ,B » P t l» t church parsonage
Lauder says, but that just happens
Miss Nina Pepper and Ivan Pen-
Medford, and Jacksonville, be
The g a m m y Kohen-Frank Stojuek
plied. "N o , Madam, you are on the
in the best o f regulated families.
sides friends of the
Sixty wrestling and refereeing team last
O T H E R side " and took to our heels land attended the couple. Also pres-
For me, I consider dancing one o f
seven were present and report a very night won its second straight
ent for the service were Mrs C. L . '
the best and most w holesom e amuse
en joy able evening. Ice cream
and tory from the hated Black Dragon,
What with labor disturbance* in Pepper, Mrs. Vira Lewis and Viola ments there is. T o those
the p a y-off c om in g in as wild a c li
this coun try; civil war— with both Penland.
crippled and cannot dance they have cake were served.
Bride and g room will h oneymoon
max as has been witnessed in the
sides assisted by the neighbors— in
my sincerest sympathy. But to those
local arena in many moons.
Spain; and now W a r— with the capi on the coast b efore
who can and Just sit back on the
Meeting n the main event at the
tal W — in the Far East, things don't make their hom e in Medford
| side lines and condem n and criticize
open-air high school battle ground.
I thing it is pretty small potatoes.
look any too darned good for the
Mr. and Mrs Jessie Jones and son
cause o f peace In this old world of
Dancing can be abused I admit but Floyd of Medford were
ours. Let us keep on hoping for the
there are many oth er greater sins — guests o f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hurst through a tough 25 minutes before
R eferee Frankie Stoja ck decided to
host— and prepared for the worst.
People can eat too much, drink too
Mr. Harry Hornlsh and friend of
step In and help out his Jewish p.il
Portland has been visiting Mrs. Vio
This Incident happened a number
from N pw York city. HI* needed aid
This week added
gray o f years ago. Mrs. L. H. Smith upon much. “ W h o steals my purse, steals la Comstock the past week
consisted o f a dropkir k blast to the
hair to the publisher « head. News g oing to the
Mr. and Mrs 8 M. Wert* Sr. of
to gather the
print paper took another ju m p of 1 eggs discovered a black snake had Twas mine, 'tis hi», and has been Anderson. California arrived at the Dragon's whisker* which ended the
about a cent a pound If this keeps ¡craw led through into
slaves to thousands.
Wert* home Monday for a prolonged
on fand this is the third ju m p in the where the hens had made their nests But he w ho filches from me my good visit, but were called back on busi
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cook were ov e r
last few m onths) we are going to be and had swallowed an egg 1» then
ness and were compelled
night guests o f Mr. and Mrs. R ou n d-
compelled to ju m p the price o f oiir proceeded to lo ok for more eggs and j R ° b* me o f that which does not en- Immediately.
tree Sunday. A large group o f rela
Mr. and Mr* Oscar Algulerer of
spying some In a nest in the manger
tive* and friends were present at the
• • •
Portland have been visiting Mrs Vi
through a knot hole fu rther down
Roundtree home and all had a Jolly
W e are trying to give onr r-ader- he crawled thru the same hole and
Our young men and women
are ola Comstock here Mrs.
the best weekly paper we
possibly swallowed an oth er
is Mrs. Com stock 's daughter
can for the money. W e would like *o he was held a prisoner in a knot holt W h y not find som e way to
Mr*. Fralzer is at the 8arr>-d Heart
Phil Wert* was a guest o f Mr. and
add to our equipment and also add with an eg* on either aide
them in the hom e t o w n ’ K eep them Mr„ Fr8nk Hurst Thursday evening Hospital In a yery serlou - condition
many new features, but with prices
Frank Hurst cut hay on th Gold Mrs Fralger lives In one o f
Mrs. Smith also relates that
her h»re if we can.
o f every darned thin* that we use in father lookin g after the turkeys on
Your* f o r the good C. P.
Ranch Friday and Saturday
publishing the paper hiking upward their farm noticed the tall o f a black
Mrs L. H. Wert* was a caller In
by leaps and bound* we . r e going to
dow n from „
Medford Monday, Tuesday, and W ed
Mr. and Mrs. Ai Bendickson and nesday o f this week
be lucky to Just hang on
¡the top o f a stump where a turkey
• • •
family, Mr. and Mrs Emil Bendlck-
An Intense heat wave has en velop -j W e learn from A E P the editor,
had made it* nest He grabbed It bv
son and fam ily and Mr
Mrs. ed this com m u n ity for the past few I That
Wish F D R
onr the tail and gave It a flap.
Thompson en joy ed a welncr
ros*t days Although the m ercury
shoe* just for a while, and then take turk fell out o f is month
and sw im m in g party at Rybec bridge tered only 31 It Is considered to b e , W ell. *o does a certain oth er place
turn* with the re*t o f the W a sh ing
o f New
extraordin ary for this region
¡T h e on ly difference la.
Mr Al Bendickson bought a Far-
would certainly get a new slant on num tractor from
I Central Point has good society and
the woe* o f the small business man. Mr. Bendickson plan* to spend most
Mr*. Eva Smith received th»
Mr and Mrs. L. F. Ferguson an d. The oth er place hasn't
her brother niece Beth Hanry o f Berkley have * W e favor Medford selling water «o
Not that we wish him or them too o f bis spare hours on this machine news o f the death o f
Frank who died at a
in cottage *t the Hotel Valandra Mr
much bad luck, but you k n ow — .
and to take most o f h<* v a r itio n s in
Portland Saturday. Mrs. Smith had Ferguson has placed the l,aur man W hy not start negotiation:-?
the same manner
"T h e s e be the torrid d a y » ." say*
before place on the market
returned home a few
n B M r n * i> n
r m i t o k o m $: r h
Pa Trolm an. " w h e n
Mr -and Mr* Robert* and fam ily from Portland where she had be n
about In to o thing skirts, but only have moved to D nnsm nlr to
make j called by the death o f anoth er h r o - ,
the e r r Member F e d e r a l D e p o s it In su ra n ce
Earl McAllister jointed
o n e ."
11 her * wife.
C o rp o ra tio n
F orm er L oca l G irl
W ed s M e d fo r d M an
“ N o S n ak es” Says
‘ ‘ H o rr o w ” -fied Lady
W R E S T L IN G N E W S
C L IM A X NEW S
Another T ru e Snake
S tory Is R elated
W h y N ot?
SI Baker going to Randon. whis
kers and all. over the
W on der what kind o f a reception
the whiskers will get?
CH U RCH O F C H R IS T
Clifton A. Phillips,
Bible School 1 0 :0 0 A. M Roland
Com munion and Preaching 1 1 :0 0
A M SuhJ. "H eaven" J. Ed Vincent
will sing a solo.
Ch ildren's church 1 1 :0 0 a in Mr*
Senior, Intermediate, amt Junio r
C. E. 7 : 0 0 p. m
8 : 0 0 p m.
Subject " A Christian's Attitude T o
ward Thla Age. Solo, Mrs. Phillips
7 :1 5 P M Mary Lou Gerber, I»evo-
ttonal l e a d e r ; Mr*. Edward Jones,
will review 2 These
Board Meeting Tuesday. August 3
7:15 p m
TH E F E D E R A T E D CHURCH
Rev R. C. Lewis, p a stor Phone *1
Mr K am berg. Supt. Sunday school
Bible school 9 : 3 0 a m
Morning worship. 1 1 :0 0 a m.
Christian Endeavor. Junior, Inter
mediate. and Senior groups 7 DO p.
Evening W orsh ip 9 on p m.
Wedn esday night.
ering 8 . 0 0 p m
Thursday aftern oon
I*adles Aid Society meets in the base-
met n o f the church.